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If Programming Languages were Religions


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Atnevon

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I found an interesting article today linked from SlashDot that I thought a few of you might enjoy, especially the geeks among us. With a number of major holidays nearing from several religions, it takes a look at comparing computer programming languages to some of those religions to help break both down for everyone a bit.

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Perl would be Voodoo - An incomprehensible series of arcane incantations that involve the blood of goats and permanently corrupt your soul. Often used when your boss requires you to do an urgent task at 21:00 on friday night.
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Source: http://www.aegisub.net/2008/12/if-programm...-religions.html

It's an amusing read and well worth the click I think. :)
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Hehe, very amusing read :lol:

Nice Find ;->




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